Sunday Worship Services
Current schedule for summer:
10AM - Worship Service in Pavilion Weather Permitting
Social distancing will be practiced at 6ft and MASKS will be REQUIRED to attend worship.
Virtual Online Worship is also available - Click Here
What to Expect
Attending a new church for the first time can be an awkward experience, but all are welcome at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church and we want to make sure it is a comfortable experience for all. Below are a few items that may help with your fist visit.
What Should I Wear?
Presently we require everyone to be wearing a mask, due to the State guidelines and requirements. There Is no dress code at St. Paul's ELC and you will see people wearing jeans and t-shirts all the way to suits and ties. We are more concerned about making sure you get the most out of your worship experience bringing you closer to God in your faith journey.
Where do I go?
Once you enter the building through the large red doors, our greeters will hand you a bulletin with today's worship service. If you want to look around, please just ask and someone will gladly give you a tour. When ready, head up the stairs to the sanctuary and select a seat to begin worshiping with us. St. Paul's, though a beautifully old building, is accessible via ramps and an elevator to all levels.
Will I Have to Give Money?
At St. Paul's, we do collect a weekly offering. No one is required to give money and no one will think anything if you choose not to give an offering. All offering donations are free will offerings. If you are visiting, we do ask that you fill our one of our guest cards and place that in the plate so we can answer any questions you may have.
Will I Have to Speak?
While we will shake your hand during the passing of the peace and members will welcome you before and after the service, you are not required to speak or read in front of the congregation for any reason.
Please feel free to contact the church office at 215-679-5553, stop by M-F 8-2 or Sunday 8-11 or contact us by clicking here with questions to learn more about St. Paul's and all we have to offer.